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University of North Texas System Budget: 2008-2009

Description: Budget for the University of North Texas System (including the UNT Denton, Texas campus, UNT System Center in Dallas, Texas and UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth, Texas) regarding funds in the fiscal year 2008-2009, summarizing costs for institutional support, staff, board-designated expenses, and other items. Index starts on page 66.
Date: 2008
Creator: University of North Texas System
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

University of North Texas System Budget: 2003-2004

Description: Budget for the University of North Texas System (including the UNT Denton, Texas campus, UNT System Center in Dallas, Texas and UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth, Texas) regarding funds in the fiscal year 2003-2004, summarizing costs for institutional support, staff, board-designated expenses, and other items. Index starts on page 47.
Date: August 15, 2003
Creator: University of North Texas System
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Supplementing Annual School District Budgets: Partnerships, Fundraisers, Foundations, and Local Support Venues

Description: School finance is the topic of numerous research studies; printed in newspapers and magazines, heard on the radio and television, and frequently spoken among educators throughout the nation. Anyone dealing with education is searching for methods of obtaining additional funds for projects and supplies; and even adding money directly to school districts' budgets. To better understand the importance of searching for additional funds to supplement the annual school districts' budgets, this study examines four sources for obtaining financial assistance: partnerships, fundraising, foundations, and local source venues. Participants include 10 school districts in the state of Texas having only a single high school campus; five Chapter 41 school districts and five Chapter 42 school districts. Two school districts are selected from each classification level: A, AA, AAA, AAAA, and AAAAA. One Chapter 41 (wealthy) district will be compared with one Chapter 42 (poor) school district within the same classification level. The five selected Chapter 41 school districts are above the equalized wealth limit of $305,000 per weighted average daily attendance. Data gathering procedures utilize a purposive case study by interviewing administrators in each of the school districts; studying Texas Education Agency's School Report Card, each school district's Actual Financial Data Report; sending a survey to a district administrator within each school district; gathering data from the directors of partners-in-education or adopt-a-school programs; reviewing financial records from booster clubs and education foundations; and studying financial audits for each of the school districts. This study looks at the dependency on outside financial assistance to further educational endeavors, whether they are for enrichment purposes or for extended educational pursuits. The study examines how each school district utilizes some combination of supplements to obtain additional funds for their annual budgets, whether the district is classified as Chapter 41 or 42. Using the actual financial data ...
Date: May 2008
Creator: Culbertson, Betty Kathryn
Partner: UNT Libraries

University of North Texas System Budget: 2009-2010

Description: Budget for the University of North Texas System (including the UNT Denton, Texas campus, UNT System Center in Dallas, Texas and UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth, Texas) regarding funds in the fiscal year 2009-2010, summarizing costs for institutional support, staff, board-designated expenses, and other items.
Date: 2009
Creator: University of North Texas System
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

A Financial Resource Guide for the Beginning Secondary Choral Music Director

Description: The purpose of this study was to confirm the necessity of a financial resource guide for beginning secondary choral directors in Texas. Budgetary information was gathered through an on-line survey addressing the financial knowledge of 25 participants made up of choral directors, college professors, fine arts directors and student teachers. Further information was gathered from college course guides, music periodicals and college textbooks. From the gathered survey data, a definite need for better financial education was identified. Collected data also demonstrated the necessity for additional courses to be added to the college curriculum with expanded literature on budgeting. Recommended college courses, as well as a calendar time line, Web sites for on-line music software, fundraising tips and budget proposals are also included resources.
Date: August 2006
Creator: Devous, Donald Michael
Partner: UNT Libraries